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4 Easy Holiday Desserts

Desserts are great, especially during the holiday season! Here are a few easy desserts that will keep you and your wallet full.

Thin Mint Cookies

One of the most popular flavor combinations is mint and chocolate. If you’re looking for that familiar flavor and want to save some money, make your own! The recipe only requires three ingredients and it doesn’t take very long to make. Click here for the recipe.

Peanut Brittle

A fun snack you can bring to a holiday party is peanut brittle. You might think it’s a difficult thing to make, but here is a fast and simple recipe. All you need are a few ingredients that you probably already have at home. Whether you bring it to share or have a jar in your kitchen, peanut brittle will make for a nice dessert after those big holiday dinners.


This one is not only inexpensive, but so easy and fun to make with the children! All you need are some chocolate chips and chocolate frosting. You can add different things like nuts or whipped cream at the end. If you have children you can even help them personalize their fudge. There are so many different ways to make it your own. Click here for the base recipe.

Pumpkin Turnovers

If you have canned pumpkin leftover or unopened from Thanksgiving, turnovers are the perfect way to use it. Find some puff pastry in the freezer aisle and stuff it with canned pumpkin and some seasonal spices. Add a little frosting after you bake it for a great looking and budget friendly dessert. You’ll impress your friends and family without spending that much!

Desserts don’t have to be the only thing saving you time this season. Have you considered switching to E-Statements? Receiving your account statements by email is safer, faster, more convenient, and saves paper! First sign-in to your NetTeller™, select E-Statements on the top banner and then follow the online instructions. Once you have completed enrollment, you will receive a confirmation notice. Click here to learn more, or give us a call at (800) 764-0566.  



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